The Fatman cartoon in this episode is called "Goo Goo Kachoo to You, Too."
When the Hooded Avenger gives Al tabloid papers, it says "Midnight Star." That's a Weird Al song from his 1984 album, In 3-D.
This is the only episode of the series to have bleeped out dialogue. This stems from the fact that the song Radish sang featured inappropriate innuendos about women.
Tress MacNeille provides the sound effect for the Yoko Ono alarm.
When the giant banana enters, the timer dings. A few seconds later, you can still see the timer on his hand, then it disappears.
The Fatman cartoon played in this episode is called "Changing the Lox."
Hanna-Barbara Productions, the cartoon company that made the original Flintstones series, also did the animation for Weird Al Yankovic's flashback into The Flintstone's animation segment.
During the part where Bobby is declared the winner of the talent show, you can see the Hooded Avenger in the audience bent down in shame of losing, but in the next shot, he is seen clapping.
During the party when they are playing musical chairs, the Hooded Avenger puts on a party hat then it suddenly disappears.
The Fatman cartoon in this episode is called "Legume of Doom."
Blind Lemon Yankovic, who Al briefly mentions, appeared in the Weird Al Disney special, There's No Going Home. Blind Lemon was played by real jazz singer, Bill Henderson.
This is the only episode where Al is seen in his pajamas.
The Fatman cartoon seen in this episode is called "Long Arm of the Slaw."
While Weird Al Yankovic is doing his infomercial, the little blond boy can be seen mouthing the same words that Weird Al Yankovic is saying, which the boy wasn't supposed to do.
First appearance of Fatman and the animated version of Harvey the Wonder Hamster. The Fatman segment in this episode is "Ice Scream, You Scream " which has Fatman and Harvey doing battle against Weird Al's Evil Uncle Frank and the Procrastinator.
This episode includes the Prodigy-style parody of "Firestarter" on Al's TV.